We are a Veteran-Owned small business providing Technical Operation’s support and Cyber Security solutions to civilian and government clientele.
We offer competitive compensation packages with plenty of opportunities for advancement.
WarCollar pays 100% of the premiums for employee and dependent's health insurance, including medical, dental, and vision. Life insurance, short term and long term disability are also 100% paid by WarCollar.
WarCollar offers 3% Safe Harbor match and up to 6% profit sharing for 401K participants. All company contributions are 100% vested immediately.
At WarCollar, you accrue leave at 10% of the hours you bill. To be clear: if you work 100 hours, you accrue 10 hours of leave. Leave in excess of 40 hours is generally bought back at the end of the year almost like a bonus. Speaking of bonuses...
You are eligible for two bonuses a year, one in July and one in December.
Every employee is eligible for $5,000 for educational reimbursement.
Government Shutdown Protection:
If the government shuts down for any reason, WarCollar will cover your time off up to 5 business days a year.
Cyber Security Engineer
Customer is seeking a Cyber Security Engineeer to ensure the development, deployment, operations, and support of information systems are consistent with customer security policies and procedures. The Cyber Security Engineer may work alone or in a team of Information System Security Officers responsible for the Assessment and Authorization (A&A) of program systems. Cyber Security Engineers are also responsible for identifying and mitigating systems vulnerabilities, and providing technical security analysis on all security related matters.
1. Demonstrated on-the-job experience crafting and creating new security related policies, procedures, and standards for the customer in an environment where no documentation has ever existed and influencing change to resistive customers.
2. Demonstrated on-the-job experience driving requirements with the Engineering team's input to develop a secure architecture. This will include, applying security systems concepts, requirements, design development, implementation, and/or integration to information systems.
3. Demonstrated on-the-job experience with Tenable Nessus, McAfee Endpoint Encryption, and other vulnerability assessment tools (hands on experience) to analyze the Information Systems environment, provide technical evaluations, and identify cyber security related vulnerabilities, threats, and risks.
4. Demonstrated on-the-job experience identifying and applying the appropriate level of remediation to security vulnerabilities while employing risk management methodologies consistent with program standards.
5. Demonstrated on-the-job experience leading security related project implementations and upgrades. This includes performing all project management responsibilities, such as leading a team though the project lifecycle, following the program's processes, and creating all required documentation.
6. Master’s Degree or equivalent experience in Systems Engineering.